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The seminars aim to introduce contemporary research and professional work within the field of design, art, media, music and more.
Welcome to attend a full day of events and information on the digital functionalization of textiles!
Sparbanksstiftelsen Sjuhärad today announces its spring beneficiaries and the University of Borås will receive 1.4 million Swedish crowns for research and education. Among other projects, funds are going to developing new textiles that can be used in health care and investigating how ambulance nurses handle seriously ill patients.
Fernando Seoane is Professor of Textile Technology and leads research that has significant potential. Together with Kristian Rödby, Teaching Technician in the university's Tricot Lab, he is working to integrate electrically conductive wires into a textile design that is completely unique. There are several possible uses for such a textile; health care is one example.
In the past, Fernando Seoane and his research colleagues have shown how electrically conductive...
Doctoral student Sina Seipel has succeeded in producing smart textiles in a way that is both sustainable and economical.
The Swedish School of Textiles is taking the lead in introducing a new level of creativity in the field of textile engineering.
Her artistic research wants to inspire us to find more sustainable ways to design – and live.
What if the museum shop becomes more important than the exhibition? A new book discusses the marketisation taking place within cultural institutions....
Welcome to Sara Harper's licentiate seminar in textile management.
Title: Supply network...